Philadelphia Poll Watcher Believes She Contracted Coronavirus During Primary Election As City Ramps Up Contact TracingJohnson worked as a poll watcher at Andrew Hamilton School during the June 2 primary. She says she believes that is when she contracted COVID-19.
As New Jersey Continues Reopening, Gym Owner Sees 'No Light At The End Of The Tunnel'Tuesday marks 100 days since New Jersey Gov. Phil Murphy signed an executive order shutting down nonessential businesses.
Delaware Officials Encouraging Young People Who Went To Senior Week To Get Tested For COVID-19Eight cases are already linked to those activities.
Philadelphia Health Commissioner Worried 'We May Take Steps Back' As Coronavirus Spikes Across CountryFarley says even though COVID-19 cases are trending down in Philadelphia, he's worried about spikes in other parts of the country having an impact here.
Philadelphia Mayor Kenney Reminds Residents Coronavirus 'Remains A Serious Threat' As Reopening ContinuesOn Monday, Philadelphia surpassed 25,000 coronavirus cases.
Philadelphia International Airport 'Strongly Believes That It's Safe To Fly' As Uptick In Travelers AnticipatedTravelers are returning to the skies, albeit slowly. But is it safe?
New Jersey Nail Salons Set To Reopen Monday With New Safety Measures After 'Nightmare' Coronavirus ShutdownMany in New Jersey are counting down the days until they can get their hair and nails done again as salons are set to reopen on Monday.
Study: Americans Adults More Unhappy, Lonely Than They've Been in 50 YearsThe poll was taken before the murder of George Floyd and the unrest that followed.
CDC: Pennsylvania 1 Of Just 3 States With Downward Trend In COVID-19 Cases For More Than 42 DaysStill, health officials urge people to continue to wear masks, citing several studies that show they can significantly reduce the spread of the virus.
Philadelphia Restaurants Could Be Fined As Outdoor Dining Causes Crowding, Health Commissioner WarnsAn updated model from the University of Washington projects more than 201,000 deaths in the U.S. by October.
Children With ADHD Can Now Be Prescribed A Video Game, FDA SaysThe first video game-based treatment for attention deficit hyperactivity disorder has been approved by the US Food and Drug Administration.
Second Wave Of Coronavirus Likely To Hit Philadelphia Region, Penn Researcher SaysAt least nine states have reported record increases in coronavirus cases over the past three days.
New Model Predicts Nearly 170,000 Coronavirus Deaths In US By October As Cases Spike Following 'Rush To Reopen'In 19 states, there's been a sudden increase, including a record number of new cases in South Carolina, Florida and Arizona.
Existing Polio Vaccine Could Help Protect Against Coronavirus, Top Experts SayAs the world races to produce an effective COVID-19 vaccine, some experts are turning their attention to a polio vaccine as a way to provide temporary protection against coronavirus.
Philadelphia Health Commissioner Says Earliest City Could Move To Green Phase Is June 26 As Tri-State Continues ReopeningPennsylvania, New Jersey and Delaware all continue to see a reduction in cases and are headed into different phases of reopening.